Dr Coy’s Sweet Mix for Baking

Dr Coy’s Sweet Mix for Baking is tooth-friendly and balances blood sugar levels.

Dr Coy’s Sweet Mix for Baking is a healthy alternative to replace classic sugar in cakes, biscuits, and other baked goods.

It is specially formulated to perform identically to classic sugar when baking. By replacing classic sugar in recipes, we can improve nutritional choices without sacrificing sweetness.

It can easily be used as an equal substitution for all your favourite recipes. For example, if your recipe calls for 200g of sugar, simply swap with 200g of Sweet Mix for Baking.

Dr Coy's Sweet Mix Baking
Nutritional Value per 100g
Energy264 kcal
Energy1102 kg
Of which Saturates0
Of which sugars65.9g
Of which Erythritol30.0g

Why replace classic sugar in recipes for baked goods?

Too much classic sugar, combined with large amounts of glucose-based carbohydrates bumps up our daily sugar consumption that eventually damages our health.

Sucrose, the classic household sugar, is commonly used in baked goods and often associated with health risks such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and tooth decay.

However Sweet Mix for Baking provides the same amount of sweetness, without any negative health risks.

Sweet Mix for Baking can enable guilt free consumption of sweet treats by supporting a healthy metabolism and stabilizing blood sugar levels.

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What are the advantages of isomaltulose, trehalose, and erythritol + stevia for baking?

Metabolic Support: Isomaltulose

Isomaltulose is ideal for baking because it naturally caramelizes, giving it a beautiful colour and a familiar caramel taste. Since isomaltulose is a double sugar (disaccharide), it consists of the same components as conventional household sugar – glucose and fructose – but has a low glycaemic index which helps support a healthy metabolism. Isomaltulose enables a safe and extended delivery of energy to the body and protects teeth from decay. Isomaltulose is naturally found in honey.

Energy Boost: Trehalose

Trehalose is a double sugar (disaccharide) composed of two glucose molecules. Trehalose provides a steady supply of energy. Trehalose is a naturally occurring sugar found in plants, fungi, bacteria, and insects. These organisms use trehalose to protect themselves from environmental conditions such as extreme heat or frost.

Tooth-Friendly: Erythritol + Stevia

The Erythritol + Stevia combination is calorie-free and tooth-friendly. Both erythritol and stevia have a Glycaemic Index = 0 which does not affect blood sugar levels.

Erythritol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol (polyol) found in honey, grapes, melons, and other fruits. It is usually made by fermenting natural sugars in corn.

Stevia is obtained from the plant ‘Stevia rebaudiana’ and is 100 to 300 times sweeter than classic sugar. Therefore, in this mixture, stevia is combined with erythritol to create a balanced sweet taste.

Sweet Mix for Baking is suitable for diabetics and those with a lactose intolerance.

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